My name is Enrique Reynoso, Jr. and I’m a full-time lecturer at the University of Washington-Bothell with specializations in Professional Writing and Minority Rhetorics. My research interests include Cultural Rhetorics, Critical Race Theory, economic policy and transcultural communication.
Prior to UWB, I was an Assistant Professor of English Writing at the University of Washington-Platteville where I was in charge of developing the Professional Writing curriculum and teaching PW courses such as Writing, Editing and Publishing in Multiple Media, Basic News Writing, Technical Writing, and College Writing. I’ve also taught courses such as Business Writing for Entrepreneurs, Research Methods for Professional Writers, and Online Business Writing.
I received my B.A. in English from the University of Texas Pan American (now UTRGV) and my M.A. in English from Purdue University in August of 2011. I successfully defended my dissertation entitled Pick Yourself Up By Your Broadband: Access, the Digital Divide, and Migrant Workers in July of 2016 and received my PhD the following month.